WATERTOWN, NY — In compliance with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order No. 202.4, non- essential employees of the City of Watertown will remain home starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18, 2020 until further notice.
Police, Fire, Water Treatment, Sewage Treatment, Refuse, Bus, and Paratransit
services will continue as normal. Water and sewer repairs will be made on an
City Hall will be closed to the public starting on Wednesday, March 18, 2020.
The Flower Memorial Library and Municipal Arena will remain closed.
All business with City departments must be conducted by telephone or email. A drop-box will be in place next to the City Hall Sterling Street entrance later this week for items that need to be delivered. Until that is in place, the book depository at the Library can be used.
With the reduced staffing, we are asking for the public’s patience. It will take us
longer to respond, but we will get to you.
The following are telephone numbers for City departments:
Assessment Department – 315-785-7760
City Clerk’s Office – 315-785-7780
City Manager’s Office – 315-785-7730
Code Enforcement Office – 315-785-7735
Comptroller’s Department – 315-785-7754
Engineering Department – 315 – 785-7740
Human Resources – 315-785-7732
Parks and Recreation – 315-785-7775
Planning Department – 315-785-7734
Public Works Department – 315-785-7842
Purchasing – 315-785-7749
Water Department- 315-785-7757
Contact information, including email addresses, can also be found on our website:
For further information contact the Kenneth A. Mix, City Manager at 785-7730.